Looking Over: The Edge of Love

Genre: Short
10 min

in the mouth, can I?

The commentary, please, Dylan.


The grievers grieve among the street

Burned to tireless death

A child of a few hours

With its kneading mouth

Charred on the black breast of the grave

The mother dug

And its arms full of fires.

Spare us the bloody tragedy, man.

I need something hopeful here.

The lion once known as Jehovah

- Oh...

- Rose up and cocked its leg over

The lioness roared,

Jehovah had scored

All over the living room sofa

Dylan, I require a commentary.

Dylan! Dylan!


- You told me you couldn't live without me.

- Where's our son?

Chopped up in little bits and packed

with my knickers in the suitcase.

The police'll be chasing you.

- Don't pretend you want him here.

- There's bombs!

It's nothing to do with bombs.

You don't want him. So I didn't bring him.

I've never been a father before, Cat.

It's not straightforward.

- Still the light of your life, am I?

- In the New Forest, is he?

Why are you asking, Dullun?

You know damn well our son's with my mother.

I love you, Cat.

Give us a fag, then.

I'm out of bleeding fags.

Give my head a good scratch. Please?

Oh, lovely!

- Where are we living?

- Nowhere.

- Ow! Velvet your bloody claws!

- Scratch your own bloody head!

- Come here.

- No.

Kiss me.

Excuse me.

You dropped your handkerchief.

- No, I didn't.

- Yes, you did. Right there.

It's not mine, sorry.

You're supposed to take the hankie,

I'm supposed to introduce myself,

- buy you a drink.

- I don't want a drink.

- Nice try, though.

- I've never done this before.

No. You've just never

been caught out before.

Hello, darling.

- Sod you, then!

- Oh, dear. Picky, picky, picky.

- You're late.

- I know. It's all her fault.

- Who's your friend?

- Queen of Ireland,

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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